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  • The most common cause of hair loss is hereditary hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia.
    • This causes the hair follicles to change and shrink over time which leads to the thinning of hair.
    • Genetic and hormonal factors cause cells that control hair regeneration to be lost.
  • The genes that determine your susceptibility to hair loss can come from your mother’s side of the family as well as your father’s .
    • You are more likely to have hair loss if both of your parents suffer from it.
  • Other factors can result in baldness such as:
    • Certain medications (not just chemotherapy drugs)
    • Severe physical stress such as an operation or severe psychological stress, for example, a death of a loved one
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